Allyson Felix won the silver medal in the 200-meter race at the 2004 Summer Olympics when she was barely 18 years old
With a run of 22.18, she also established a new junior world record for the 200-meter distance
Paul, her father, is a Baptist minister who excelled at sprinting as a young man.
Allyson inherited her long legs from her schoolteacher mother Marlean, who also qualified her for a state meet
In the end, she came in seventh place in the 200-meter competition.
Sprinter Allyson Felix represents the United States and has a $4.5 million market value.
She chose to pursue a career after leaving Los Angeles Baptist High School in 2003
At the World Championships in Helsinki in 2005, she won the 200-meter gold medal as the youngest sprinter in history. In 2007,
Carl Lewis, an American track and field athlete, is the only one with more medals; he has 12. Allyson has ten Olympic medals as of this writing.
LaMelo’s only known endorsement deal is with Puma. He signed a multi-year contract worth $100 million.
The deal also gives him access to Puma’s private jet.
LaMelo is quite savvy as an investor. He bought the team he played for in the NBL alongside his manager, Jermaine Jackson.
He is also amongst the investors for sports streaming app, ‘Buzzer’. He has also launched his own high school basketball program called ‘1 of 1 Prep Academy’ in Charlotte to give more exposure to student athletes.